Tag Archives: Fisher-Price
The Fisher-Price On-the-Go Baby Dome is essentially a compact playpen with a few extra functions. We did not have a play yard before receiving the dome, and it fits our lifestyle and home space so well! First things first, the … Continue reading
The Fisher-Price Smart Connect Soothing Motions Seat arrived days before our second child was born, and we were anxious to know: Is a high-tech entertainer really worth the price tag? The heavy box arrived on my doorstep containing many seemingly complicated … Continue reading
BAG O’ SWAG One fortunate family will win a Backstage Bag celebrity baby basket, complete with goods and gear from Disney Baby, Caldrea, Fisher-Price, Jane USA, Diono and more.
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The Fisher-Price Sweet Surroundings Deluxe Bouncer is a great seat that provides endless entertainment for a baby. While the Deluxe Bouncer requires a bit of assembly, the manual was very helpful, so it took only a few minutes to put together. … Continue reading
As a first-time mom, one of my greatest postpartum fears was Ava’s first bath at home. I already had two hand-me-down tubs, but the thought of using either of them made bathtime even more intimidating! When I got the Fisher-Price … Continue reading
A. Urbini Reversi Stroller, $80 Proving budget-friendly doesn’t have to mean bare bones, this easy-on-the-wallet ride sports a reversible seat, extra-large canopy (with a peekaboo window), parent cup holder and one-hand recline. Plus, it’s car seat-compatible—not bad for setting you … Continue reading
1. Develop social and language skills through hands-on puppet play. Cate and Levi, $20 2. Promote self-recognition with a pint-size mirror that makes tummy time more tolerable. Bright Starts, $8 3. Go fishing with grip-and-grab sea creatures in a see-through bowl. Lamaze, … Continue reading
It’s amazing how many different items are sold for babies. Infants are so tiny but need so many things! Before I had Graham it was overwhelming trying to prepare and buy all of the things that I thought we would … Continue reading
As a first time mom I have learned a lot. Something I learned pretty early on is that most baby “things” (toys, swings, sleepers, etc.) are huge and take up lots of space throughout my home. Now, approximately seven months … Continue reading
Ask any new parents what their goal is for the first months of their precious little one’s life, and they would be lying if the answer is anything but figuring out a way for the entire family to get as … Continue reading
The Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Sling ‘n Seat Tub comes ready to use out of the box. The tub is a four-stage convertible bath. It has a soft mesh sling for newborns and a snap-in support to be used two ways: to … Continue reading
When we found out we were having twins, we knew it would mean getting two of almost everything. All I could picture was our house being taken over by baby gear! (Even parents of singletons report this!) Naturally, we found ourselves … Continue reading
When we had our firstborn two years ago, my hubby and I created an unwritten house rule for baby’s things (or what I refer typically refer to as “kid clutter”): If it isn’t in use at the moment, it gets … Continue reading
Let’s be honest: Most dads are not crazy about carrying the stylish, printed, designer diaper bags that attract us moms. Therefore, finding the perfect carryall for both myself and my husband was important. I instantly knew I found the perfect … Continue reading